Decarbonization Avenue : Green hydrogen

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Green hydrogen project to electrify heavy transport

There is growing interest in deploying advanced technologies in heavy-duty freight vehicles for a number of reasons, including climate change, energy diversification, and local air quality. The challenge of climate change provides a major overarching motivation for most major national and local governments, and the breakdown of truck activity helps underscore the imperative to focus not just on cars, but on heavy-duty freight vehicles as well.

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  • Automobile engineer
  • Biochemical engineer
  • Oil & gas engineer

Innovation sector

  • Renewable energy sciences

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Will green hydrogen fulfil high hopes for trucking and shipping emissions?

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Transitioning to zero-emission heavy-duty freight vehicles

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Optimisation of PhotovoltaicPowered Electrolysis for Hydrogen Production for a Remote Area in Libya

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Linde to build ‘world’s largest electrolyser’ to produce green hydrogen

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Solar water splitting by photovoltaic-electrolysis with a solar-to-hydrogen efficiency over 30%

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Domain

Renewable Energy

Type of innovation

Core sciences & engineering

Stakeholders

Corporate researcher

Industry

Transportation & logistics